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4.17 | 37 ratings | 2 reviews | 44% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2000

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Night Splash (5:20)
2. Cab (7:16)
3. So There Is Love (3:41)
4. Just Perfect (5:05)
5. One for Stern (6:59)
6. The Watcher (3:47)
7. Atamanashi (5:23)
8. Boogie Me (4:38)
9. Elastic Man (5:15)
10. Bernard (4:37)

Total Time 52:01

Line-up / Musicians

- Bunny Brunel / bass
- Dennis Chambers / drums
- Brian Auger / keyboards
- Tony MacAlpine / guitar

Releases information

Tone Center/Shrapnel Records

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CAB CAB ratings distribution

(37 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(44%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(42%)
Good, but non-essential (11%)
Collectors/fans only (3%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)

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Review by LearsFool
4 stars CAB is a fusion supergroup featuring Bunny Brunel on bass, Dennis Chambers on drums, Brian Auger on keys, and Tony MacAlpine on guitar, and their first outing feels like a nostalgia trip. Their music here mainly sounds like it's from the early seventies, coming out alongside the albums of Mahavishnu, Mwandishi, and Nucleus, and otherwise sounds like a killer take on muzak. Brunel's bass is probably the best part; it certainly is the glue that holds the group together, and has many great solos. The rest of the band does very well themselves, with MacAlpine's guitar solos driving the band much like those of McLaughlin in his Orchestra. The whole record is really wonderful solos by a band who simultaneously vies to be top dog, and yet knows to give everyone a chance to shine, and to support their friends when they go off the handle. A smooth, solo driven piece of throwback fusion, it is an enjoyable listen.

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4 stars One of my first forays into a modern fusion, especially the second track that I heard back in 2000/1 without knowing anything about the superstars behind the album. It merges incredible playing chops with accessible music motives and good level of composing. In addition, the guys can show emoti ... (read more)

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